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Thunder Bay - Friday

Thunder Bay – Friday

click on any image to enlarge. Christmas in Bay and Algoma tonight The City of Thunder Bay managed to erect the bus stop signs on the section of Court Street that was reconstructed this past summer.  Happened over the last week or so.   Took a month.  Could have been completed by the contractor during construction.  […]

The World – The World War I Conspiracy – Part 3: A New World Order

The conclusion to James’ series.  Who profited from the war? War Is A Racket WAR is a racket. It always has been. It is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious. It is the only one international in scope. It is the only one in which the profits are reckoned in […]

The World – The Pentagon’s Massive Accounting Fraud Exposed.

First audit of the Pentagon…EVER.   Definitely worth a read. The numbers mentioned in the article are sooo large, its hard to imagine what that much cash looks like.  How does the US still have homeless people?  No single payer health system?  No free post-secondary education? The US Department of Defence used to be called the […]

Thunder Bay - Thursday

Thunder Bay – Thursday

click on any image to enlarge Decorations going up on the Christmas tree located at the Bay and Algoma area. Finished product Some work taking place on the condos.  This is condo #1 Covers taken off of walkways. Not sure why the two walkways do not line up. There is a jog.  MV Prosna MV […]

Thunder Bay – Man-Shield Construction In Court Multiple Times Involving Sub-contractors

Man-Shield Construction in court multiple times involving subcontractors The contractor for two waterfront condominium buildings in Thunder Bay, Ont., who has spent time in court dealing with issues regarding subcontractors and construction liens, has dealt with a number of other legal matters at some of its work sites across Canada. Man-Shield Construction to pay subcontractor over […]

Thunder Bay – DFC Students Push For New School Receives Support From Federal Minister

DFC students’ push for new school receives support from federal minister A federal minister championing the construction of a new school and residence for Indigenous youth in Thunder Bay has students and staff at Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School hopeful a dream that has been ongoing for more than 10 years will finally become a […]

Thunder Bay - Wednesday

Thunder Bay – Wednesday

click on any image to enlarge   Machine is still pounding away on that frozen ground MV Blacky MV Solina Wolves?  Pretty far away. The light coloured animal never moved. Just stood there and stared at me. Never moved. Gave these guys some peanuts.   Can they get the “nut” out of the shell? MV BBC […]

Thunder Bay – Police Purchase $90,000 Drone

Police launch aerial drone The UAV is operated by at least three officers, with one piloting the unit, a second operating the camera, and a third officer acting as a spotter. Air traffic control must be notified any time the UAV is used in order to receive clearance, but Synder said in emergency situations, clearance […]

Canada – Fined $40,000 For Telling A Joke

In Canada, you can get fined $40,000 for telling a joke.  Why?  Because someone was offended. The Federal Government is now buying the Canadian media.  Encouraging for good news coverage. Discouraging bad news coverage.  Why? Canada is quickly moving towards George Orwell’s 1984.   Government control of speech, thought and information. Privacy is a thing of […]

Thunder Bay - Tuesday

Thunder Bay – Tuesday

Not sure how many people have moved in to the new DSSAB apartment building located at the corner of Algoma and Cornwall Streets. Commercial space on the ground level seems to still be empty. Chronicle Journal property.  I wonder if any of the newspaper trash has escaped? Construction ahead?  Where? Work being done off of […]